Washington Post business editor Lori Montgomery sent out the following announcement on Monday:

Before coming to The Post, Alexis was deputy editor of Jezebel, guiding the website’s daily news and investigative reporting. She was previously a senior editor at Wired, where she edited features and essays and ran the magazine’s Ideas section. She has covered tech since 2013 when, as a senior writer at the Columbia Journalism Review, she developed a beat examining how technology giants were influencing media and the spread of information. In that role, she authored many prescient pieces, including an early profile of Tony Haile, founder of the industry-changing analytics platform, Chartbeat.

Raised in Philadelphia, Alexis holds a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Yale University. She lives in Washington with her husband, Daniel, who is also a journalist; their son, Rafel; and their dog Louie Potato.

Alexis will collaborate with Tech Editor for Corporate and Personal Tech Yun-Hee Kim, who oversees the other half of the tech team, to deliver fresh, urgent and revelatory coverage of an industry that is critical to both The Post’s news mission and its future growth. Please join me in congratulating Alexis on her new role.

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